Television commercial for True cigarettes in which a man talks directly into camera. On same tape (compilation of True, Kent, Newport, Erik, and Stag cigarette and cigar commercials) as Bates # 00251081-00251102. Interspersed among cigarette commercials are commercials for Tabby cat food. Topics: tobacco, cigarette, television, advertising
Report on Congressional hearings regarding Philip Morris sponsorship of the National Archives Bill of Rights Tour. Discussion of cigarette advertising. Named Organizations: Smoke Free Educational Services; American Association of Advertising Agencies Topics: tobacco, cigarette, advertising restriction, event sponsorship, tobacco manufacturer, tombstone...
Discussion about industry sponsored sporting events with the claim the industry is getting around the TV ban on advertisements and a discussion on the potential ban of all tobacco advertisements. Topics: tobacco, cigarette, sports sponsorship, industry strategy, advertising
Interview with Louis Sullivan and Gerard Smith regarding sporting event sponsorship by the tobacco companies. Interview with John Lithgow about upcoming TV movie on secondhand smoke, " The Boys". Topics: tobacco, cigarette, secondhand smoke, youth, marketing, advertising
Report on the Tobacco Institute's support of measures to discourage teenage smoking. Measure include an end to sampling, bill board advertising within 500 ft of a school and paid product placement in movies. Topics: tobacco, cigarette, youth, industry strategy, advertising restriction
Compilation of Kent, True, Stag tipped cigars, Tiparillo and Erik commercials, a few in Spanish. Click Here to View Part 1 Click Here to View Part 2 Click Here to View Part 3 Click Here to View Part 4 Click Here to View Part 5 Topics: tobacco, cigarette, advertising, television
Footage of a neon sign in New York City with words "I love New York (Newport)," shot by the advertising and brand management departments for a video celebrating Curtis Judge's retirement. Topics: tobacco, cigarette, advertising
Discussion regarding the effectiveness of advertising and the proposal to ban cigarette advertising and promotion. Named Organizations: American Cancer Society. Topics: tobacco, cigarette, advertising restriction, billboard, advertising effectiveness, promotions,...
TV spot on anti-tobacco advertising focused on youth with Brennan Dawson representing the Tobacco Institute. Deals with "Helping Youth Say No." Topics: tobacco, cigarette, youth, advertising, advertising restriction, Browse by keywords in UCSF tobacco...
Discussion of the tobacco industry response to falling cigarette sales in the United States. Strategies include sponsorship, targeted advertising and exporting cigarettes to developing countries. Topics: tobacco, cigarette, export, advertising, industry strategy, advertising effectiveness, Browse by...
Testimony before the commerce committee on senate Bill S1929 requiring rotating warning labels on cigarette packs and advertising. Topics: cigarette, tobacco, advertising, warning label, testimony, adverse effects
News clip on the fourteenth annual Great American Smokeout. Report on tobacco advertising and its influence on youth smoking. Topics: tobacco, cigarette, anti-smoking advocacy, event sponsorship, advertising, youth
News segment about the U.S. tobacco companies exporting cigarettes to the Asian market, specifically targeting women and youth. Topics: tobacco, cigarette, target marketing, export, tobacco industry, advertising
News report exposing the problems with the government cigarette testing machine. Claims the machines do not take into account the smoker's compensation by covering the holes in the cigarette filter, therefore the advertised tar and nicotine contents are inaccurate. Topics: tobacco, cigarette, advertising, filter design, government, tar level, nicotine level
Two news segments, one on proposed legislation to restrict cigarette advertising to black & white ads, no event sponsorship and larger health warnings, and the second on the industry's lobbying clout in Washington, DC. Topics: tobacco, cigarette, proposed legislation, advertising, lobbying, tobacco industry
The April 30, 1997, deposition of the witness, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Liggett and Myers, Inc., was played to the jury. He provided a summary of his educational and professional background. He said that he has occupied his current position since 1996. He explained the relationship between Liggett Group, Inc. and Brooke Group, Limited. He said he believes that cigarettes are addictive. He commented on the cigarette advertisements that Liggett Group used to employ. He offered his... Topics: tobacco, cigarette, testimony, addiction, advertising, design and manufacture, health effects
Compilation of clips showcasing corporate events (including PM 1994 "LEAP" meetings) produced by KFProductions. On the same DVD as Bates 2073430599. Topics: tobacco, cigarette, advertising, marketing, business activity, brand image
Various spots on prohibition and it's consequesnces and repeal. Also spots about cigarette advertising. This video can be viewed upon request. Topics: tobacco, cigarette, prohibition, product restriction, advertising restriction, constitutional...
The witness, CEO and President of R.J. Reynolds Tobacco, was deposed by the plaintiffs. He began by comparing the marketing position of RJR brands to Marlboro, which has been the top selling cigarette for the past eighteen years. He described the inadequacies of current scientific knowledge, claiming for example that mouse studies have failed to show causality between tobacco and cancer. He also claimed that epidemiological research has failed to show environmental tobacco smoke to be as a risk... Topics: tobacco, cigarette, deposition, litigation, advertising, industry response, youth
Two news segments on smoking being shown in movies due to industry sponsored product placement. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: tobacco, cigarette, advertising, mass media, anti-smoking advocacy, industry sponsorship
Testimony in hearings conducted by the House Committee on Energy and Commerce about whether Philip Morris' Bill of Rights advertising campaign violated the Federal Cigarette Labeling and Advertising Act. Topics: tobacco, cigarette, hearing, Congress, advertising, advertising restriction, marketing